We understand that oxygen equipment specifically, portable oxygen concentrators are not for every budget so buying pre-owned can be a great alternative, if you're buying from a reputable dealer. So, we're going to go behind the scenes here at American Medical and show you how we test every certified pre-owned oxygen concentrators.
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A lightweight, long-lasting and easy-to-carry portable oxygen concentrator, the Philips Respironics SimplyGo Mini truly allows its users to "simply go" anywhere they want to go. It is the smallest and lightest mobile oxygen machine within the Philips Respironics line, and with just the standard battery, this powerful machine can last up to 4.5 hours. With the extended battery, the SimplyGo Mini will stay powered for up to nine hours—enough to last a whole day without worrying about the next charge or your oxygen supply.
Traveling abroad can be the adventure of a lifetime, and allows you to experience new places and cultures. However, some seniors may have health problems, and they may find themselves in a health-related emergency. While traveling abroad can be worrisome due to health concerns, seniors can take certain precautions to prevent crises that may occur during their vacations.
Regardless of your destination, there are several steps you can take to have an enjoyable and memorable trip overseas. Here are 10 important international travel tips.
If you need both an oxygen concentrator and a continuous positive airway pressure (or CPAP) machine, you might be wondering: What is the difference? While these therapies seem similar and sometimes treat the same disease, they are different in many ways.
In this brief blog post, we will discuss the main differences between an oxygen concentrator and a CPAP machine. We will also discuss some scenarios in which these therapeutic devices might overlap.
The weather is getting nicer, and after staying inside your house all winter, it’s time for you to go on a well-deserved vacation. Whether you’re going out of the country, planning a road trip, or going on a cruise, we want to make sure you are prepared for the travel season with your oxygen concentrator.
As a safety measure, we recommend you test your oxygen concentrator and your batteries at least 2 months before your trip. This gives you enough time to ensure every piece works correctly and if it doesn’t, you can reach out to us and ensure your trip will be worry free and if you don’t have a portable oxygen concentrator, we also have rentals!
If you need to purchase a continuous flow portable oxygen concentrator, it is essential to get the right device from the get-go. There is nothing worse than buying a medical device only to find out that it does not fit your oxygen needs.
In this blog post, we will explore how to compare continuous flow portable oxygen concentrators and briefly highlight 2 top concentrators.
Inogen’s oxygen concentrators are among the top concentrators on the market—and they have accolades to prove it. However, as a consumer, it is still a challenge to understand what makes one concentrator better than another when you are ready to buy one.
In this blog post, I will be discussing the differences between the 3 oxygen concentrators that Inogen offers to help you decide which concentrator fits your needs.
We know that our success depends on the satisfaction of our oxygen customers and that is why we strive to give every customer the highest shopping experience! We pride ourselves on educating new customers on oxygen solutions and providing post-shopping customer support.
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Many seniors and retirees are eager to see the world, but they are also very aware of the value of money and have limited income with a tight budget. Traveling on a budget can be daunting, but with careful planning and savvy solutions, you can still have an incredible vacation without breaking the bank.
To help we’ve compiled tips for seniors and retirees save money and get the most out of their next vacation.
Living with COPD might be challenging, as the damage to your lungs can cause shortness of breath and discomfort. Although it might be hard to breathe sometimes with COPD, that doesn’t mean you should quit being active.
There are many benefits to being active when you have COPD. Exercise might seem like a big challenge, but there are ways to be active with COPD while not overdoing it and getting exhausted. One form of exercise that isn’t too demanding is walking. If you have COPD, walking can allow you to be active, while also being delicate on your lungs.